Recent questions in Secondary

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sagnuhh
2020-11-06

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sibuzwaW
2020-11-06

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aortiH
2020-11-06

a)What must the vertical component of the initial velocity of theball be?

b) How many seconds after he releases the ball will it pass throughthe hoop?

c) At what horizontal distance in front of the hoop must he releasethe ball?

d) When the ball leaves the mans

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Amari Flowers
2020-11-06

(a) How much work does he do during a 140 km race in which his average speed is 13.0 m/s?

(b) Often, the work done is expressed in nutritional Calories Rather than in joules. Express the work done in part (a) in terms of nutritional Calories, noting that 1 joule

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vestirme4
2020-11-06

Non-right triangles and trigonometry
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Reeves
2020-11-06

Non-right triangles and trigonometry
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Joni Kenny
2020-11-06

a. Write and solve an equation to find the measure of each angle.

b. Classify the triangle based on its angles.

Right triangles and trigonometry
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Mylo O'Moore
2020-11-06

Forms of linear equations
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Kyran Hudson
2020-11-05

Rational functions
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ossidianaZ
2020-11-05

So the rational function should not contain denominator part.

Exponential growth and decay
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necessaryh
2020-11-05

Modeling
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Josalynn
2020-11-05

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SchachtN
2020-11-05

Express the radical as power.

To simplify:

The expression

(b)

To simplify:

The expression

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alesterp
2020-11-05

(Hint: Let

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sanuluy
2020-11-05

Test the claim that the proportion of people who own cats is significantly different than $50\mathrm{\%}$ at the 0.01 significance level.

Based on a sample of 300 people, $41\mathrm{\%}$ owned cats

Hint: Multiply to obtain the number of successes

$(\mathrm{\%}\text{}who\text{}owned\text{}cats)(n)\to (41\mathrm{\%})(300)$

The test statistic is: ? (to 2 decimals)

The p-value is: ? (to 4 decimals)

Modeling
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postillan4
2020-11-05

Study design
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Cabiolab
2020-11-05

Piecewise-Defined Functions
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York
2020-11-05

c.-6,+6

Normal distributions
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UkusakazaL
2020-11-05

(c) Suppose

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